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Wild By Alex Morrison
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A collection of poems focusing on nature, and how nature relates to everyday life.
Wild By Alex Morrison
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A collection of poems focusing on nature, and how nature relates to everyday life.
Wild Life And Things That Are Wild By Diane Whitehead
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First Edition, First Ever publication of works by Diane Whitehead. Artist choice images of oil paintings and musings. A celebration of 8 years of original oil paintings from the average bear to the... More > fanciful dance of a ballerina. Her paintings have been published in art magazines and can be found in galleries and private collections internationally. Diane paints full time from her studio in Park City Utah< Less
Wild Life By Curtis Kwasnicki
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Photography of the natural world. Images ranging from flowers to the sky.
WILD LIFE By Blanka Matkovic
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Beautiful photos of wildlife in action: dolphins, otter, sea lion, chimpanzee, peacock, giraffes, lion, orangutan, rhino and others, taken at Lisbon ZOO.
Wild Life By Tom Rich
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Photographs of Deer, Hawks, Geese, Ratcoon and more Animals
Wild Life By Leslie Fry
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This book documents Leslie Fry’s creation of intriguing sculptures set in the hauntingly beautiful Boca Ciega Millennium Park in Seminole, Florida. It is an account of a contemporary... More > metamorphosis – the sculptures not only blend into the natural surround, but transform over time. The beauty of the sculptures reinforces the reality of the fragile natural habitat, and provides insight into the experience of closeness to nature, and of the mutability that underlies all things. The sculptures are strikingly photographed by Burk Uzzle, and both their creation and subsequent process of decomposition and change are illustrated.< Less
Life Is Wild By Caitlyn Danielle Cain
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When fraternal twins Kaylan and Kade Meadow move to Wildecliff, Pennsylvania with their mom, Kaylan, separated from her beloved Roseley Academy and her best friend Jeremy, does not adjust well. Kade,... More > on the other hand, quickly befriends the charming, creative Christian Spencer. As soon as they meet, Kaylan seems to hate Christian, and while this is not uncommon for her (she's not the friendliest person), she seems particularly opposed to Christian. As the friendship between the three of them progresses, things get complicated. Kaylan and Kade are dealing with their parents' separation, and Christian is hoarding a secret about his family that no one other than his friend Connor knows about. While Christian, as always, pours his soul out onto his floor-to-ceiling chalkboard in his room, he starts to learn that writing about his feelings, whether about Kaylan or his mom, does not make them go away.< Less
Wild Adventures in Wild Places By Gordon Stables
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Oscar Wilde: Life & Words By Ann Kannings
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This book is an anthology of 230 brilliant quotes and aphorisms from Oscar Wilde and 41 selected facts about Oscar Wilde. Oscar Wilde’s Dorian Gray was based on John Gray, an incredibly... More > handsome blond poet that Wilde met in 1889. Oscar Wilde’s mother was a feminist. Oscar Wilde died bankrupt, and his friends could only afford a sixth-class burial. Wilde married Constance Lloyd, daughter of wealthy Queen's Counsel Horace Lloyd, on May 29, 1884 and had two sons, Cyril and Vyvyan. Wilde's intimate association with Alfred Douglas led to his trial on charges of homosexuality, then illegal in Britain. He was sentenced two years hard labor for the crime of sodomy. “I have nothing to declare except my genius.” “The only way to get rid of temptation is to yield to it.” “I love to talk about nothing. It's the only thing I know anything about.” “There is no sin except stupidity.” “Some things are too important to be taken seriously.”< Less